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Emma F. Hardin Obit
Submitted by: Becky Hobson

Pioneer State Resident Dies at City Home
Mrs. Emma F. Hardin, longtime Oklahoma City resident who lived at 2339 NW 16, died Friday afternoon at her home after an illness of a year. She was 71 years old.
She was the wife of James F. Hardin, a machinist for the American Millwork Co. Born April 5, 1885, in Stafford county, Kansas. Mrs. Hardin came to Oklahoma in 1890 and to Oklahoma City in 1910. She was active in Crestwood Baptist church work until her illness.
Other survivors include a son, Herbert F. Hardin, Norwalk, Calif., three daughters, Mrs. Helyn Holland, of the home address, Mrs. L. I. Hiatt, Bartlesviille, and Mrs. J. T. Lawrence, 243 Russell drive; a sister, Mrs. R. B. Elder, 304 Se 41; two brothers, James David, Bakersfield, Calif., and Elmer Davis, New Orleans, La.; and 13 grandchildren. Services are pending with the Guardian funeral home.

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